The Daily Sports Wrap Up

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1/21/22 Daily Sports Wrap Up 

NBA – Yesterday’s Scores:  Pelicans win 102-91 over the Knicks. Jonas Valanciunas had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Brandon Ingram had 15 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists. 

The Mavericks lost to the Suns 109-101. Luka Doncic had 28 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists and Kristaps Porzingis scored 18 points and 11 rebounds for Dallas. Devon Booker had 28 points and Chris Paul finished with 20 points for Phoenix. 

Pacers beat the Warriors 121-117 in overtime. Chris Duarte led the Pacers with 27 points, Goga Bitadze had 13 points and 9 rebounds for Indiana. Steph Curry had 39 points and 8 assists. Kevon Looney had a double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds. Klay Thompson finished with 12 points in 23 minutes. 

Tonight’s Games: Thunder versus the Hornets 7pm at the Spectrum Center. 

Lakers at the Magic 7pm 

76ers host the Clippers 7pm 

Heat at the Hawks 7:30pm 

Trail Blazers versus the Celtics 7:30pm 

Raptors face the Wizards at 8pm on ESPN 

Bulls at Bucks 8pm 

Spurs host the Nets 8:30pm 

Pistons and Jazz 9pm 

Grizzlies on the road to face the Nuggets 9pm 

Rockets versus Warriors 10pm 

NHL: The Hurricanes versus the Rangers tonight at 7pm. Carolina is 26-8-2 in second place in the Metroplitan division 

Last night: 

Stars beat the Sabres 5-4 

Bruins over the Capitals 4-3 

Senators lost to the Penguins 6-4 

Blue Jackets 2-1 over the Flyers  

Predators win 5-2 against the Jets 

Panthers blank the Oilers 6-0 

Avalanche beat the Kings 4-1 

Canadiens lost to the Golden Knights 4-3 in overtime 

Kraken beat the Sharks 3-2 

NFL Divisional Round: 

Bengals at Titans 430 on Saturday CBS 

49ers versus the Packers 8:15pm, Saturday on FOX 

Tampa Bay will host the Cardinals on Sunday at 3pm on NBC. 

Bills at Chiefs Sunday at 6:30pm CBS 

NCAA Men’s Basketball Last Night: 

UNC Greensboro lost to Chattanooga 72-64 

Charlotte falls to North Texas 65-51 

Coastal Carolina beats Georgia Southern 76-72 

Elon falls to Drexal 77-49 

North Carolina-Wilmington beats James Madison 71-70 


Duke’s hosts Syracuse. Tip-off is scheduled for noon on ESPN. 

UNC Ashville faces Radford at 2pm 

North Carolina State hosts Virgina 4pm ACC Network 

Samford at UNC Greensboro 5pm 

North Carolina A & T versus Campbell 5pm 

East Carolina faces Houston 6pm ESPN Networks 

The Tar Heels are back at it in Wake Forrest, 8pm on the ACC Network. 


The Australian Open is currently underway and will wrap up Jan 30. 

Local Sports:

Boys Varsity Basketball: 

Last Night: 

South Columbus falls 53-42 to East Columbus 

Whiteville beats Heide Trask 48-44 


Pender at West Columbus 7pm tip-off is scheduled. 

Girls Varsity Basketball Today: 

South Columbus at East Columbus 4pm 

Pender at West Columbus 6pm 

– Vinny Pagano is the Sports Editor for Columbus County News and Sports Director for WTXY Kool 103.9FM & AM1540. Local Sports stories, as well as questions and comments can be submitted to Vinny at

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